We’re solely focused on supporting children, young people and families who are victims of serious crime.
We help them cope with what has happened, support their recovery and provide services that enable them to put events behind them, move on and fulfil their life’s potential.
Embrace has been open and eager to help children and families harmed by crime throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.
We continue to support children, young people and their families who have been affected by serious crime through online and telephone-based services.
To refer a child click here: https://www.embracecvoc.org.uk/refer-a-child
What we do
Embrace works with law enforcement agencies and safeguarding professionals in a variety of ways. We forge meaningful partnerships with organisations to deliver help.
Our range of emotional, practical, specialist and cheer-up support services make a big difference in brightening young people’s lives after the devastating effects of crime.
Whatever is needed to help a child cope with what has happened, recover and move on is what we aim to deliver.
Please see below for more information on the services we offer.
Support where it’s needed
Embrace provides four distinct areas of support for children, young people and family members..
Partner with us and your organisation will help improve the lives, and life prospects, of children affected by serious crime across the UK.
Our corporate partnerships go beyond simple fund-raising to include a wider commitment to building a better society, where childhood trauma is not a bar to future success.
Lawyers Slater+Gordon have become our first gold level corporate partners in a link-up that formalises a working relationship built up over recent years.
Slater+Gordon are well-known for their sponsorship of police family liaison officer work and events across the UK and have been regular attendees at Embrace’s gala dinners.
“We offer a warm welcome to S+G to our exclusive corporate ‘club’ and look forward to developing our working relationship” said chief executive Anne Campbell.
We don’t believe any child needing specialist help should have to go on a waiting list.
We always carry out an initial assessment for counselling referrals and, where appropriate, will match those in need of help with specialist young people and family counsellors.
To make a referral, please complete our online referral form by clicking on the button below.
Alternatively you can contact us by telephone or email. We aim to respond in most cases within 48 hours. Urgent referrals will be prioritised.